CURRUCULUM VITAE

June ’17 to date MUSICA NORDICA CIC Joint Creative Director

Oct ’17 to June '20 School of Architecture & Landscape, University of Edinburgh Part-time Tutor : MA Landscape Architecture

Nov ’13 - June '17 GARDENS by Munro Sole Trader  Design and contract supervision for garden refurbishment  Small scale planted projects and maintenance

Oct ’11 - Oct '13 Community Realm CIC Community Land Consultants Director Selected Projects  Doris Hunt Memorial Park, Wey & Arun Canal Trust - Sketch Design & Public Consultation  Wey House Special School - Wildlife Garden  Bemerton Estate, Caledonian Road, London - Sketch Design

Sept ’03 - Sept ‘09 School of Architecture & Landscape, Kingston University Undergraduate Course Director BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture Principal Lecturer Full Time Appointment  Joint Director of the ‘Landscape Interface Studio’ - Consultancy, Research & Teaching Initiative (HEFCE Funded Project) Selected Research & Enterprise Projects  ‘LandscapeIS FFWD’ West Focus Funded Research & Enterprise Project with Camley Street Natural Park, ISIS Waterside Regeneration and British Waterways  ‘Waterways Forward’ EU Interreg IVC Funded Project with British Waterways and Dutch Foundation Recreational Waterways Selected ‘Live’ Studio / Consultancy Projects  Wey & Arun Canal Trust, Surrey & W Sussex - Restoration Project and Landscape Masterplan  London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames ‘Early Years’ Family Centre Projects for Hampton Hill Junior School and Edgar Road Community Centre, Hounslow  The ‘Photographers’ Gallery’ Ramillies Street Project  ‘NorthSEAfaring’ - EU Interreg IIIB funded spatial planning and regeneration strategy consultancy (2003-2006) Documents, Digital Project Archive, Exhibitions, Workshop, Professional and Public Consultation Material.  Grayshott Village Square Project, Hampshire.  ‘Portland Sculpture & Quarry Trust’ Mineral Industries Sustainable Technology Funded Project with Brighton University Sept ’02 - Sept ‘03 Senior Lecturer - BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture Full Time Appointment Nov ’00 - Aug ‘02 Senior Lecturer - BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture 0.4 Appointment Feb ’94 - Oct ‘00 Visiting Lecturer BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture - 2 days per week

Feb ’97 - Sept ‘02 Dai Rees LONDON Fashion Womenswear (see Dai Rees LONDON Curriculum Vitae)

Jan - Sept ‘97 Kinnear Landscape Architects Senior Landscape Architect Selected Projects -  Walsall Art Gallery with Caruso St. John Architects & Richard Wentworth (completed 1999)  Pilkington Glass Headquarters, St. Helens, with Richard Rogers Partnership Nov ’95 - Jan ‘97 EDAW (London) Ltd Senior Landscape Architect Selected Projects  Speke Garston Environmental Improvements, Liverpool, for English Partnerships (completed 1999)  Castle View Gardens, St. Hellier, Jersey for the Waterside Enterprise Board. (completed 1998)  Sheraton Hotel, Amman, Jordan Oct ’89 - Nov ‘95 Livingston Eyre Associates Landscape Architect Selected Projects  Dundee Wharf, Limehouse, London with C.Z.W.G. Architects.  Private housing development (completed 1997)  Manor Gardens, London N19.  Private housing development for Ballymore Developers (completed 1995)  Golborne Road, London W10. Environmental Improvements for R.B.K.C. (completed May ’95)  British Embassy, Dublin with Allies & Morrison (completed May ’95)  Queens Building, De Montfort University, Leicester with Short Ford Architects (completed May ’93)  Ropewalk Gardens, London E1. Public park for London Borough of Tower Hamlets (completed April ’93)  Castle Mall, Norwich. A public park for Estates & General and Friends Provident in conjunction with Norwich City Council (completed May ’93)  Sarum Hall School, London NW3 with Allies & Morrison Architects (completed May ’95) Jan ’88 - Oct ‘89 The Landscape Company Town & Country Garden Centres Landscape Architect Selected Projects  Hambros Bank. 2500 m² roof garden in the City of London  Private Garden, Colchester, Essex.  7 acre garden for a private house and art collection. Sept ’85 - Jan ‘87 Meanwhile Gardens Community Association Gardens Manager July ’84 - Oct ‘84 Livingston McIntosh Graduate Landscape Architect July ’82 - July ‘83 London Borough of Lambeth ‘Year-Out’ Landscape Architect

ASSOCIATED EXPERIENCE – TEACHING October ’09 4th Assises Européennes du Paysage à Strasbourg Landscape Architecture Student Workshop Tutor August  ’03 - ‘07 Young @ Art, University of the Arts, London Landscape Design Tutor for Widening Participation Summer Workshops  2003 - 2006 Royal Botanic Garden Kew Visiting Tutor & Examiner - Diploma in Horticulture  July ‘03 University of Central England, Birmingham External Advisor, School of Architecture & Landscape Validation of BA (Hons) Architecture, BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture & BA (Hons) Garden Design  July '01 Kingston University / Kingston College ‘Brill Project’ Drawing Tutor, site and studio based drawing project as part of widening participation initiatives  Oct ’89 - ‘97 University of Greenwich and Royal College of Art, London Visiting Tutor - Landscape Architecture  August 1997 & 98 The London Institute DALI Summer Schools Landscape Design Tutor

ASSOCIATED EXPERIENCE – PRACTICE 13th October ’09 British Waterways / English Heritage - Breakfast Debate Panellist 'Bricks and water': debating the future of England's waterway past, understanding historic character and promoting high quality development  12th March ‘08 Urban Design Group – Evening Lecture Invited Speaker ‘A Walk in the Park : Designing Green Space’ with Brian Quinn (CABE) and Henk Bouwman (HKB Netherlands)

ASSOCIATED EXPERIENCE – VOLUNTARY WORK Aug '18 to date, Social Bite Village, Edinburgh - pro bono landscape consultant  May - Dec ‘91 Lilian Baylis Theatre at Sadlers Wells Co-design and creation of garden for the Lilian Baylis Theatre, Sadlers Wells

EDUCATION Edinburgh College of Art, Heriot Watt University BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture  Prior Pursglove College, Guisborough, Cleveland  Lawrence Jackson School, Guisborough, Cleveland

ASSOCIATED INTERESTS Drawing and Painting, Productive Gardening.

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